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Cargo Handling Specialist

JOB SUMMARY Inspects and receives cargo to protect the interest of Tropical and its customers.  Verifies that cargo meets Tropical’s minimum requirements for cargo acceptance.  Notifies supervisor / crew leader for problem resolution when cargo does not meet Tropical requirements.  Measures and documents the shipment’s size, type and characteristics along with complete written record of any discrepancies.  Applies proper Tropical labels according to cargo marks and paperwork and enters correct data in the warehouse management system, preparing cargo for putaway.  Operates a forklift as part of the receiving, stripping, or putaway processes.  Puts away cargo in the proper location and documents that transaction properly in the warehouse management system.JOB SCOPENo supervisory or budgetary responsibilitiesPRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESInspects cargo to ensure that cargo meets the Tropical receiving guidelines for acceptance.Receives cargo by :a.  Verifying and documenting the count.b.  Ensuring that cargo matches description on the carrier’s freight billc.  Verifying and documenting cargo condition.d.  Properly noting exceptions (discrepancies) on the delivery agent’s paperwork.e.  Checks for proper hazardous material documents.f.   Signs the delivery receipt, and accepts cargo in accordance with the receiving process.Measures cargo and enters information into the warehouse management system or on hand tally.Properly, accurately, and legibly, records all other required information on tally or in warehouse management system.Prepares cargo for putaway by verifying paperwork, and placing cargo on pallets.  Secures cargo to pallets with shrinkwrap and/or tape.Applies labels to each handling unit, in accordance with company procedures.Exhibits good customer service skills in communicating with customers, truckers, and vendors.Performs and documents pre-shift forklift inspection.Operates a forklift to unload delivery trucks and containers.Strips and transloads cargo as neededTransfers large shipments from delivery truck directly into  containers.Loads containers making sure that cargo is placed properly in containers to ensure maximum stow and damage free transit.Loads flat racks according to flat rack procedures.Ensures proper hazardous material placards are applied when hazardous cargo is loaded.Performs all other assigned duties as requested. MINIMUM EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, EXPERIENCE AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTSEDUCATION: High School Diploma or equivalentEXPERIENCE: Six (6) months Tropical warehouse experience.OSHA certified in forklift operation.LICENSE: Valid Florida drivers licenseTRAVEL: None.

Yard Worker – Day Shift ($21.76 – $28.29 DOE)

Carlile is a trucking and logistics company that’s proudly Alaskan. Headquartered in Anchorage,
we seek people who share our values and take pride in being professional. We value safety, reliability,
dedication to our organization, and industry-leading innovation. We look for pride, integrity, grit, and
approachability. We provide a wonderful work life balance for our team members. We want you home with your family each night.
If you’re looking for a long-term career – on the road or in the office – this is a unique place to build one.

Line Driver

This position is primarily responsible for driving diesel-powered trucks to transport freight from Anchorage to Kenai.

Customer Care Specialist – Temporary Position

  About the Company CityServiceValcon, LLC (CSV) was founded in 1932 and has a 90-year history of exemplary customer service. It joined the NorthStar Energy family of companies in March […]

Cargo Handling Specialist

JOB SUMMARY Inspects and receives cargo to protect the interest of Tropical and its customers.  Verifies that cargo meets Tropical’s minimum requirements for cargo acceptance.  Notifies supervisor / crew leader for problem resolution when cargo does not meet Tropical requirements.  Measures and documents the shipment’s size, type and characteristics along with complete written record of any discrepancies.  Applies proper Tropical labels according to cargo marks and paperwork and enters correct data in the warehouse management system, preparing cargo for putaway.  Operates a forklift as part of the receiving, stripping, or putaway processes.  Puts away cargo in the proper location and documents that transaction properly in the warehouse management system.JOB SCOPENo supervisory or budgetary responsibilitiesPRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESInspects cargo to ensure that cargo meets the Tropical receiving guidelines for acceptance.Receives cargo by :a.  Verifying and documenting the count.b.  Ensuring that cargo matches description on the carrier’s freight billc.  Verifying and documenting cargo condition.d.  Properly noting exceptions (discrepancies) on the delivery agent’s paperwork.e.  Checks for proper hazardous material documents.f.   Signs the delivery receipt, and accepts cargo in accordance with the receiving process.Measures cargo and enters information into the warehouse management system or on hand tally.Properly, accurately, and legibly, records all other required information on tally or in warehouse management system.Prepares cargo for putaway by verifying paperwork, and placing cargo on pallets.  Secures cargo to pallets with shrinkwrap and/or tape.Applies labels to each handling unit, in accordance with company procedures.Exhibits good customer service skills in communicating with customers, truckers, and vendors.Performs and documents pre-shift forklift inspection.Operates a forklift to unload delivery trucks and containers.Strips and transloads cargo as neededTransfers large shipments from delivery truck directly into  containers.Loads containers making sure that cargo is placed properly in containers to ensure maximum stow and damage free transit.Loads flat racks according to flat rack procedures.Ensures proper hazardous material placards are applied when hazardous cargo is loaded.Performs all other assigned duties as requested. MINIMUM EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, EXPERIENCE AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTSEDUCATION: High School Diploma or equivalentEXPERIENCE: Six (6) months Tropical warehouse experience.OSHA certified in forklift operation.LICENSE: Valid Florida drivers licenseTRAVEL: None.

Cargo Handling Specialist

JOB SUMMARY Inspects and receives cargo to protect the interest of Tropical and its customers.  Verifies that cargo meets Tropical’s minimum requirements for cargo acceptance.  Notifies supervisor / crew leader for problem resolution when cargo does not meet Tropical requirements.  Measures and documents the shipment’s size, type and characteristics along with complete written record of any discrepancies.  Applies proper Tropical labels according to cargo marks and paperwork and enters correct data in the warehouse management system, preparing cargo for putaway.  Operates a forklift as part of the receiving, stripping, or putaway processes.  Puts away cargo in the proper location and documents that transaction properly in the warehouse management system.JOB SCOPENo supervisory or budgetary responsibilitiesPRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESInspects cargo to ensure that cargo meets the Tropical receiving guidelines for acceptance.Receives cargo by :a.  Verifying and documenting the count.b.  Ensuring that cargo matches description on the carrier’s freight billc.  Verifying and documenting cargo condition.d.  Properly noting exceptions (discrepancies) on the delivery agent’s paperwork.e.  Checks for proper hazardous material documents.f.   Signs the delivery receipt, and accepts cargo in accordance with the receiving process.Measures cargo and enters information into the warehouse management system or on hand tally.Properly, accurately, and legibly, records all other required information on tally or in warehouse management system.Prepares cargo for putaway by verifying paperwork, and placing cargo on pallets.  Secures cargo to pallets with shrinkwrap and/or tape.Applies labels to each handling unit, in accordance with company procedures.Exhibits good customer service skills in communicating with customers, truckers, and vendors.Performs and documents pre-shift forklift inspection.Operates a forklift to unload delivery trucks and containers.Strips and transloads cargo as neededTransfers large shipments from delivery truck directly into  containers.Loads containers making sure that cargo is placed properly in containers to ensure maximum stow and damage free transit.Loads flat racks according to flat rack procedures.Ensures proper hazardous material placards are applied when hazardous cargo is loaded.Performs all other assigned duties as requested. MINIMUM EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, EXPERIENCE AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTSEDUCATION: High School Diploma or equivalentEXPERIENCE: Six (6) months Tropical warehouse experience.OSHA certified in forklift operation.LICENSE: Valid Florida drivers licenseTRAVEL: None.

Interchange Checker

JOB SUMMARYInspect and accurately update status in N-4 for all equipment entering and exiting the port.EDUCATION:    High School Diploma or equivalentEXPERIENCE:    Six months general clerical experience.LICENSE:    Valid Local Driver’s License.TRAVEL:    N/APHYSICAL:    Operations – Manual dexterity to perform repetitive motion tasks on computer or handheld.  Ability to frequently twist, bend, reach, squat, kneel, climb on equipment, push/pull 50 pounds, crawl, lift and carry at least 80 pounds on a daily basis.  Able to withstand constant exposure to extreme weather conditions.LANGUAGE:    EnglishAccurately update TLink screen by inputting the following information:  container or chassis, booking , status, and seal number, reefer temperature, DCM, OOG/1posth, weight, trucker and condition.  Initiate follow up procedures in handling discrepancies found in any of the above listed functions.Thoroughly inspect container and/or chassis condition to ensure cleanliness and that they are damage free and to accurately update system indicating any damages found.  Inspect shipper owned containers to ensure they are structurally safe to be shipped and verify validity of CSC plate and or ACEP sticker.Ensure Hazardous Materials documents (DCM) matches placards on containers and meets regulatory requirements and notify appropriate personnel if hazardous incompatibility exists.Accurately update TLink, from shipper’s DCM received from truckers,  with all pertinent information required to complete DCM for vessels.Check/Verify if bonds are validated for export of cargo.Check to ensure loads on flat racks are properly secured as per “Flat Rack Securing Guidelines”.Check and validate reefer set/read temperature against booked temperature and notify Reefer Dept,/Reefer Tech of any discrepancies found.Inspection all containers and trailers at exit per Security Department requirements.Assist in initial receiving of LCL delivery drivers as needed.Performs all other duties as assigned.

Cargo Inspector/Jockey Driver

JOB SUMMARYReceives, tallies, and loads out cargo.  Operates jockey truck to position containers for loading and unloading and to perform door to door switches.  Maintains a professional attitude and relationship with customers, common carriers, U.S. Customs, and U.S.D.A.EDUCATION: High School Diploma or equivalentEXPERIENCE: Six months in warehouse operations.LICENSE: Valid Florida Driver’s License and CDL Class A with hazmat and tanker endorsements.TRAVEL: N/A. PHYSICAL: Operations – Manual dexterity to perform repetitive motion tasks on computer or handheld. Ability to frequently twist, bend, reach, squat, kneel, climb on equipment, push/pull 50 to 100 pounds, crawl, lift and carry at least 80 pounds on a daily basis. Able to withstand constant exposure to extreme weather conditions.LANGUAGE:    English.Receives and stows inbound freight with forklift.  Completes tallies and labels cargo.Operates jockey truck to position containers for loading and unloading and to perform door to door switches.Ensures preventative maintenance is performed on all equipment.Makes cargo available for U.S. Customs and U.S.D.A. inspections.Makes cargo available for pick up by consignees and common carriers.Maintains neatness and cleanliness throughout warehouse and dock area.Directs the work of temporary personnel, when necessary.Coordinates transloading of cargo at other receiving areas, when necessary.Coordinates movement and positioning of containers with Jockey Pool.Performs all other duties as requested.

Warehouse Administrator

Naniq is a third-party logistics company dedicated to providing the most innovative solutions for
the Multinational Logistics Corporations (MLCs) we serve. We enable the MLC to deepen customer relationships
by applying our expertise across many verticals (ocean, air, road, final mile, etc.). Through our vast network of
contacts and partners, we offer a buffet of complex services that most MLCs are unable to easily offer on their own.
Acting as the MLC, Naniq is able to capture incremental profit and deepen relationships with
shippers – all to the benefit of the partnered MLC.

SA Cargo Agent

Job Overview: Ensures proper guidelines to check-in/out drivers bringing cargo by utilizing the Yard Management System. Prepare scanners for warehouse personnel for daily use. Must be able to scan boxes, […]

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